Grandmother creates emojis to reflect lives of over 50s
04 November 2016
Loosing false teeth and bad back emojis are some of the emojis that the designer, Diane Hill, believes are more representative of the lives and likes of older people.
The designs have to be approved by an international organisation before they are available for use.
- See also: The Unicode Consortium, the body that regulates emoji, has just officially approved 72 new emojis – 72 New Emojis Were Just Approved—Here’s What They Look Like
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